Symptom/Condition: Customer may experience a condition where they are unable to add oil to the vehicle. This condition could be caused by the oil fill extension being blocked. Replacing the oil fill housing will correct this condition.
1. Remove the engine cover.
2. Remove the oil fill housing cap.
3. Use a shop light or flashlight to look into the oil fill housing for any plastic material blocking the hole at the bottom.
4. Is the oil fill housing blocked?
a. Yes – Proceed to Step # 5.
b. No – Repair complete, return vehicle to customer.
5. Remove the air cleaner body from the vehicle.
6. Disconnect the vent hose from the oil filler housing.
7. Remove two bolts and reposition the wire harness duct.
8. Remove the bolt, oil filler housing lock and the oil filler housing from the cylinder head cover.
9. Install the new oil filler housing to the cylinder head cover. Secure the oil filler housing with the oil filler housing lock and bolt tightened to 9 Nm (80 in.-lbs.).
Note: The oil filler housing lock will orientate the vent hose connection port to the correct position and prevent the oil fill housing from backing off when the oil fill cap is removed.
10. Install the wiring harness duct to the cylinder head cover with two bolts tightened to 9 Nm (80 in.-lbs.).
11. Connect the vent hose to the oil filler neck.
12. Install the air cleaner body from the vehicle.
13. Install the engine cover.
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